TTC 510 Spadina and 505 Dundas service adjustments
July 9, 2014
The Toronto Transit Commission and the City of Toronto will be conducting major track and watermain work at the intersection of Spadina Ave. and Dundas St. W., starting on Monday, July 14 until Sunday, August 31. The intersection of Spadina Ave. and Dundas St. W. will experience lane reductions and an intersection closure during this time.
Watch the TTC’s latest explainer video addressing the Dundas and Spadina intersection closure
From July 14 to August 11, the 505 Dundas streetcar will divert in both directions via McCaul St., College St., and Bathurst St. In addition, from July 14 to August 30, the 510 Spadina streetcar will be replaced by buses with the following service adjustments:
July 14 – 28
• 510 Spadina buses will operate through the Spadina and Dundas intersection, with one lane open in each direction.
July 28 – August 11
• The intersection at Spadina and Dundas will be closed to all traffic. The 510 Spadina bus service will split into two portions: The north portion will operate between Spadina Station and Baldwin St. The south portion will operate between Sullivan St. and Queens Quay. Customers travelling the length of the route must transfer buses by walking between Baldwin St. and Sullivan St.
August 11 – 30
• On Spadina Ave., one southbound lane and one northbound lane will re-open, allowing 510 Spadina buses to operate through the intersection.
• The 505 Dundas streetcar will resume its normal routing through the intersection.
The TTC will be retrofitting the streetcar platform at Spadina Station during this time to accommodate the new streetcars. Customers boarding 510 Spadina replacement buses can do so at street level.
The 510 Spadina streetcar returns to normal service on Sunday, August 31 with the introduction of the new streetcar.
Businesses and shops will remain open in the area during construction. Please support local businesses.
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